Experience the absolute British luxury with complimentary upgrade to First

Experience the absolute British luxuryExperience the absolute British luxury with complimentary upgrade to First

British Airways is treating its Club World business class passengers from Hong Kong to a complimentary one-way upgrade to its luxurious First cabin on one sector of their flight to London, the UK and Europe. The limited offer is available for booking until 16 July 2018 and is valid for travel from 1 June to 31 December 2018.
 
The Club World business class return fares start from HK$36,960 and customers are encouraged to book now to secure their seats by calling +852 3071 5083.
 
Noella Ferns, British Airways’ executive vice president for Greater China and the Philippines, said, “We want to reward our loyal premium customers with the opportunity to experience the unprecedented level of comfort and service our First cabin has to offer, at the price of business class fares. The long travel window enables our customers to enjoy UK’s wonderful summer period throughout to the magic of the wintertime.”
 
The First Suite
Each individual suite in the renowned First cabin features a 6ft 6” bed that is 60 per cent wider and a personal wardrobe. Taking inspiration from the private jet industry, each First customer will have their own personal electronic window blind, to enhance their ownership of the space and control the amount of light flooding their suite. A Turndown Service is offered by cabin crew who will lay out a 200-thread count Egyptian cotton mattress accompanied by a 400-thread count duvet and pillow.
 
The First-class dining and the amenity
Customers can expect to be spoiled with the full ‘a la carte’ menu designed by leading chefs from around the world and the finest of wines and champagne. Customers can also freshen up at any time with our range of premium skincare products from the Aromatherapy Associates in the stylish Liberty London First amenity kit.
 
The newly opened First Wing
All flights from Hong Kong will be landing at British Airways’ award-winning hub at London Heathrow Terminal 5. Premium customers can enjoy the facilities at the Arrivals lounge, which includes showers, breakfast and complimentary Elemis spa treatments. Our First customers and Gold Executive Club members departing from Terminal 5 can also enjoy the exclusive ‘First Wing’ check-in area which was opened just last year. The ‘First Wing’ includes a dedicated two-lane security channel and direct access to the Galleries First Lounge and Concorde Room for the first time. A relaxed seating area is located after security for our First customers to gather their possessions in an unhurried atmosphere.
 
The revamped Concorde Room
Our First customers will be delighted by our revamped flagship Concorde Room which was reopened last November. Taking inspiration from the very best of British Design, the refurbishment included re-upholstering iconic pieces of furniture and adding new feature pieces to the room, all of which are illuminated by hand-blown glass lighting with bone linen shades and ochre silk linings. Customers will still be able to dine before they fly in private booths with a full waiter service. If they wish to unwind ahead of their flight, private cabanas with a day bed and en-suite are available to book.
 
British Airways is investing £4.5 billion for its customers over the next five years, covering the installation of the best quality Wi-Fi and power in every seat, fitting 128 long-haul aircraft with new interiors and taking delivery of 72 new aircraft. The airline is also investing £600 million specifically in its Club World business class. In addition to the new catering and luxurious White Company bedding, a new seat with direct aisle access will also be introduced in 2019.

Source = British Airways
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